ABOUT THE TUTOR ROLE
Tutors are placed in public elementary, middle, and high schools to provide support to students and teachers. Tutors may serve as circulating classroom assistants, lead a small group, or provide individual support during regular school hours. Once placed in a partner school, tutors are directed by the principal and site coordinator for the duration of the contracted period. This is typically the academic year and follows the district calendar of September/October through June. Our tutors work shifts of at least 3 hours at a time for approximately 15-25 hours per week during the school day (typically between 8am and 3pm), depending on placement. Availability at least 3 days a week is preferred.
A SUCCESSFUL TUTOR…
Fosters learning while working with staff and students
Collaborates with TIPS staff, school building co-workers, and students
Identifies problems and takes immediate action needed
Adapts within the dynamic school environment they are working in
Is reliable and accountable for personal behavior
Acts with empathy and compassion, embracing diversity
Is able to build relationships across lines of differences
Applications reviewed on a rolling basis. Positions open until filled. TIPS tutors are required to be fully vaccinated before working in person with students. If you are not vaccinated due to religious or health reasons, we are awaiting final policy information.
TIPS is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.